Bring Ukiyo-e into your living room with this reproduction of an Edo period print
Ukiyo-e is a Japanese art that depicts the floating world. It reached its peak during the Edo period in the 17th century. At that time, there were two types of representations: paintings intended for the aristocracy and woodblock prints, preferred by the merchant class. The prints showcased geishas, courtesans, kabuki theater actors, and landscapes.
This reproduction of an Edo period print is a bijin-ga, a painting of beautiful women that was highly popular during feudal Japan. These women have left a lasting mark on Ukiyo-e for about 300 years, with artist Utamaro producing the largest number of these works.
- The package includes a reproduction of the Japanese print.
- The print is made on 100% cotton canvas.
- The canvas is rolled and packaged in a protective cardboard tube for safe transportation.
Here are some tips for flawless interior decoration:
💯 Before ordering the wall canvas, we recommend choosing a location at eye level and measuring the dimensions.
💯 The reproduction print does not come with a frame, but you can purchase one to add authenticity and tradition to the artwork.
💯 This decorative canvas is very easy to handle and hang, and it is extremely lightweight. It will find its place in a living room, bedroom, or office.
💯 The canvas print has numerous advantages, such as vibrant colors, glare reduction, and long lifespan.
💯 If you’re looking for a 3-piece artwork, we recommend the samurai painting from the combat triptych. It represents the first part of the series and symbolizes a fighter in the midst of attack.
💯 Explore all the reproductions of Edo period artworks in our collection of Japanese prints. You can choose the canvas that perfectly complements your interior from a wide selection of unique representations.